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UK May Lower Air Duty On Northern Ireland Flights

by Amanda Banks, Tax-News.com, London

27 June 2017


In a deal with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) for parliamentary support, the UK Conservative Party has agreed to consider reducing the rate of Air Passenger Duty for airports in Northern Ireland.

The Conservative Party has agreed to a number of measures, said to be worth about GBP1bn (USD1.3bn), to support Northern Ireland, in return for the DUP's support in parliament during key votes.

The Conservative Party failed to achieve a majority after the general election on June 8.

TAGS: environment | tax | Ireland | aviation | United Kingdom | environmental tax

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